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Teach, Inspire.

Drive helps to connect new digital learners with volunteer trainers and resources that will help them achieve success on the Internet, on the job, and at home. Whether it's learning how to use a computer for the first time, a new job skill, how to use a new application, or gain a new life skill, Drive is available to all new learners. We provide a one-stop connection to engaging curriculum offered by renowned training organizations from across the World Wide Web.

There are three simple ways for new learners to use Drive:

  • Join - New learners join Drive in order to access training provided by reputable training organizations from across the Internet.
  • Track - Track your progress and manage your classes on My Dashboard.
  • Earn - Once you have completed a class, you will earn a badge. These badges are an indication of what skills you have successfully learned on Drive. To celebrate your success, you can share these badges on Facebook if you desire.

Drive also provides a network of volunteer trainers to teach and inspire students. There are three great ways for trainers to use Drive:

  • Join the network of trainers by enrolling on Drive and sharing your skills and experiences.
  • Support - Provide support for students who are going through training by responding to questions or by helping them use Drive.
  • Inspire - Whether you are a volunteer trainer at a library or at your local community center, you can use Drive to support your classes.

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Internet and Computer Basics
Short, introductory courses to help you master basic computer concepts and skills required to navigate the Internet and use basic online resources such as e-mail.
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Job Skills
Basic courses to help you build your job skills that lead to success in the workplace - learning how to find a job, how to communicate effectively in the workplace, or polishing your existing job skills.
Life Skills
These courses offer guidance for daily living, from handling finances to understanding civics using technology.
General Education
General education courses include courses designed to help with standardized exam preparations and other topics addressed in K-20 education.
Basic Programming
Beginner's guide to basic programming. These courses are designed for learners that already possess basic computers skills, but who would like to get started with programming.
Partner Training
Free courses offered by our training partners to help new computer users gain new technology skills from curriculum provided by these partner organizations.

Who is using Drive?


Whether you are just getting started with the Internet or just want to learn a new basic skill, join Drive, select your desired courses, and begin learning at your own pace. Once you have completed a class, show off your accomplishments on social media.


Whether you are a volunteer trainer, working with an organization that provides training, an individual who wants to join our efforts to bridge the digital divide, join our network of trainers to train, mentor, inspire, and share your skills with new learners.

Digital Works

We can offer you the opportunity to improve your technology skills and join the 21st Century Workforce. Prerequisites for Digital Works include great customer focus, computer proficiency, good communication skills, and strong attention to detail. To learn more, go to

Community Organizations

If your organization is looking to provide training online via a platform that allows you to track students and assign activities, please contact

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